Three people suffered injuries in Utah after a teen driver drifted into oncoming traffic and slammed head-on into two cars, one of which captured the accident on dashcam footage, according to police.
The three-car collision happened around 5 p.m. Saturday on the Cory Wride Memorial Highway in Eagle Mountain, the Utah County Sheriff’s Office said.
The 17-year-old boy was driving in the westbound lanes when he drifted over the center median and crashed head-on into an eastbound vehicle, officials said.
Dashcam footage from the last vehicle struck shows the teen’s vehicle strike the first car before rolling over and spinning around a second car.
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The vehicle then skids in front of a third vehicle, which was recording the dashcam video, and collides with the car.
The dashcam video ends with an image of a shattered windshield.
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First responders raced to the scene to help the victims.
Police said three people were hospitalized with serious, non-life-threatening injuries. No further details about the victims or their conditions were immediately available.
The roadway was temporarily closed, though FOX13 Salt Lake City reported it appeared reopened around 7:30 p.m. Saturday.
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It was unclear what caused the teen driver to drift into the oncoming traffic lanes.
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